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June 27, 2014 Smooth Transition: Curating your Closet for the Cold

by fashion contributor, Julie Some fear change, others embrace it, but we can all agree that the shifts in the seasons can leave our closets a little more than confused. There’s nothing more heart sinking than staring hopelessly at hangers … Continue reading

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June 17, 2014 “My pictures are my eyes”: a Look at Peru’s Own Mario Testino

by fashion contributor, Julie VISION. The only word needed when speaking of the world’s most famous fashion photographer of our time. Peruvian-born Mario Testino’s knack for finding the lustrous and almost unattainable beauty in the beautiful, but more impressively the … Continue reading

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May 22, 2014 Please Remain Neutral

by guest blogger, Julie There’s no question that black is the global beacon for chic, considered très jolie in any language. But aren’t we sick of being either so ultra posh that color can’t handle us, or experiencing such sensory … Continue reading

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May 19, 2014 Springtime in Mrs. Miller’s Iris Garden

Peruvian Connection’s headquarters is situated on a family farm, amid the rolling hills and lush woodlands of Eastern Kansas.  Here on Canaan Farm is where CEO, Annie Hurlbut, grew up, and co-founder, Biddy Hurlbut, gallivanted through her mother’s iris garden. … Continue reading

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April 9, 2014 A World Tour of Color and Inspiration with Kaffe Fassett

Kaffe Fassett, renowned designer and textile artist, has been a source of inspiration for handknitters, quilters, and needlework artists around the world for more than two decades.  PC has been honored to collaborate with Kaffe on limited edition knitwear designs, … Continue reading

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